The companion follow-up to one of the bestselling Six Sigma books ever published
An alarming number of Six Sigma projects are failing--not because of misuse of Six Sigma's statistical tools but because of internal politics and poor communication between team members and the rest of the organization.
The Rath & Strong's Six Sigma Team Pocket Guide helps team leaders and members reverse this trend, explaining the interpersonal and political skills needed to make each Six Sigma project a success.
Written in the "pocket guide" format that proved so successful with the first Rath &Strong guide, and based on the firm's popular Six Sigma training workshops, this handy reference will show Six Sigma team leaders and members how to:
- Get buy-in and cooperation from all levels of the organization
- Lead or participate in productive team meetings
- Plan the people/team side just as they would plan the technical side
About the Author
Rath & Strong is a leading management consulting firm, and has extensive experience launching Six Sigma programs and similar large-scale change efforts in many firms across a wide variety of industries. Founded in 1935 as an industrial engineering firm, today Rath & Strong provides consulting services in operations, human resources, Six Sigma, change management and leadership--addressing all dimensions of Six Sigma.